The NWC transmitter at WA, HAARP, and our weather.

Australia is in the grip of some very strange weather patterns – massive cyclones, historic flooding, snow and hail out of season and increasing violent storm cells have become the norm. Could this be due to experimentation? Australia is involved with HAARP,  Stanford University’s VFL group and myriads of other university projects sponsored by the US military and the Australian Government. And we have the worlds largest ionospheric heater at Western Australia’s Exmouth.

Australia is the ideal experimentation ground, and we, the general public, don’t even know! Is it possible? Are we being conned?

The official explanation for the daily occurances of confusing and anomalous radar images is that they are caused by software glitches, or some kind of “interference patterns” which cannot be explained. The government has paid millions of dollars to upgrade the stations over the past couple of years and has engaged with a plethora of major international co operative projects to improve our weather observation capability. The majority of these projects lead to the HAARP project.

In fact, Australia now has the most powerful ionospheric heater in the world right on the fair shores of Western Australia, and a national network of integrated “observational” stations spread strategically throughout the nation.

The name of our main heater is the NWC (North West Cape) transmitter. Just Google “VLF group” and “NWC transmitter” and scientific documents relating to experiments carried out in our atmosphere will fill your desktop.

Are we picking up segments of these experiments on the radar images?

Or are they software glitches – million dollar mistakes on a daily basis?

What exactly is the unexplainable “interference”, because a year’s research certainly precludes sunrises and sunsets, flocks of birds or swarms of insects on the majority of the captured frames.

The information is here for you to check.

Make up your own mind and let the radar images do the talking.

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Australia is in the grip of some very strange weather patterns. Massive cyclones, historic flooding, snow and hail out of season, and increasing violent stormcells have become the norm. Could this be due to experimentation? Australia is involved with HAARP, the VFL group, and we have the world's largest ionospheric heater at Exmouth. Australia is the ideal experimentation ground, and we don't even know! Is it possible - are we being conned? Let the radar do the talking. ---------------------------------------------------------------- ----------------------------------------------------------------- Fair Use Notice: This site contains copyrighted material the use of which has not always been specifically authorised by the copyright owner. We are making such material available in an effort to advance understanding of environmental, political, human rights, economic, democracy, scientific, and social justice issues, etc. We believe this constitutes a 'fair use' of any such copyrighted material . If you wish to use copyrighted material from this site for purposes of your own that go beyond 'fair use', you must obtain permission from the copyright owner. The views expressed herein are the writers' own and not necessarily those of this site or its associates. The Fair Use Notice will apply to the following: Images from the Australian Bureau of Meteorology Images from Weatherzone Images from The Weather Channel Images from The Weather Chaser All other images obtained as links to information, or to highlight the subject of a post.
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